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October 2019 news

New research to look at peer support around dementia
Review finds suicidal children are “at risk of being overlooked”

New boxing archive has a nice ring to it

Scotland’s proud boxing history is to be preserved in a new archive - housed at the University of Stirling - following a funding award by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

New boxing archive has a nice ring to it

Top coach selected for Team GB at Tokyo Olympics

Award-winning coach Steven Tigg is set to travel to Tokyo with Team GB for the 2020 Olympic Games – making him the first University of Stirling representative to be selected for next year’s competition.

Top coach selected for Team GB at Tokyo Olympics
Stirling students targeting the Scottish Cup Third Round
Multi-million pound award for domestic abuse research

Researchers discuss evidence-based approaches to challenging poverty

The complex nature of poverty was the subject of discussion at a special event held at the University of Stirling. The event, bringing together researchers, policymakers and practitioners, marked the culmination of Challenge Poverty Week, which ran from 7 – 11 October.

Researchers discuss evidence-based approaches to challenging poverty

New web-based tool to improve football development

An innovative sports science tool – based on the research of a University of Stirling academic – is aiming to revolutionise talent identification and development in youth football players.

New web-based tool to improve football development
Male dominance of discussions around steroid use may increase risk to women
Colonial settlers’ memories explored in new online course
Innovation is the answer to making net zero a reality, Minister hears
Sport facilities hit new heights at the University of Stirling
University archive receives red carpet treatment
Eating mussels three times a week boosts omega-3 levels
University of Stirling signs Kenyan partnership

Stirling graduates celebrated in Singapore

More than 60 students from the University of Stirling celebrated their achievements at the Singapore Institute of Management Global Education (SIM GE) graduation ceremony.

Stirling graduates celebrated in Singapore
Stirling students access a bright future
Stirling graduates’ documentary helps kick-off film festival
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